“Mathematics” has always been a mind notching subject for every folk especially for students. The young generation mostly relies on internet when it comes to study any particular subject or to manage overall project. Search engines are some of the best platforms for the advance learning.
As Google is superior among all search engines most of the people search their math related queries here and Google has also been very helpful for answering quick mathematical questions, currency conversions or unit conversions.
Now Google has just brought up mathematics graphing functionality on Google search engine results it means that Google search engine has turned out to be a graphic calculator very much similar to Wolfram Alpha but Googly.
According to Google Engineer Avi Avidor on the Google Search Blog, users can input a range of trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic (albeit only single variable) functions, and view them plotted out on the search result page with the ability to zoom and pan for closer examination.
If you search x/2, (x/2)^2, ln(x), cos(pi*x/5) you will see the below mentioned graph:
Wolfram Alpha alpha returns:
You just need to type a function in to the Google search box such as cos(x), and you will see the drawn out graph at the top of the results. The feature is now available in modern browsers as well says Google.
By appreciating the graphic calculator Google’s Avidor said “I hope students and math lovers around the world find this experience as magical as I found the graphing calculator so long ago.” We hope so too, Google, we hope so too. Whether you’re currently a student, or haven’t touched a graphing calculator for a long time, go give it a try. Just type in a function in the Google search bar, and you’re good to go.
For this new-fangled feature Google has also shared its love look below:
Forum discussion at Google +